Higher-than-average rainfall over the summer may result in a fall that really stinks this year.
“Our wildlife surveys indicate that skunk counts are up,” said Derrick Wolter, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department biologist for Bell and Coryell counties. “When you add more rainfall, more plants and forage are available. Skunks are nocturnal and move around mostly at night. They are foragers and feed on the ground.”
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